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The 10 Best Songs From Kansas City Area Bands In 2013

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It is that time of year. Lists. And we couldn't let it pass by without doing a best of Kansas City area music (which of course, includes Lawrence, Kan.).

The list is made up of contributions from Bill Brownlee, music critic for The Kansas City Star, Chris Haghirian with Ink Magazine and Laura Lorson, editor, host and producer for Kansas Public Radio. When possible, the link will take you to the song. They are in no particular order.

Radkey, "Start Freaking Out"

Cowboy Indian Bear, "The Hunter and the Hunted"

Cowboy Indian Bear, "I Could Believe in Anything"

Your Friend, "Pallet"

Making Movies, "Tormenta"

Frank Wess, "Easy Living"

Stik Figa and L'Orange, "Monochrome"

Lee Harris, "I'm Gonna Get Your Thing"

Samantha Fish, "Black Wind Howlin"

Karrin Allyson, "Yuletide Hideaway"

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